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The name Mark, according to my Strongs concordance also means Autumn or Fall.
aprilathome00  11/8/2012
Just thought you would like to know that the names Mark and Marcus have both Hebrew and Greek origins.

Marcus is written this way in Greek:

Marcus is written this way in Hebrew:

Hitchcock's Bible Dictionary gives the meaning of Mark and Marcus as:
polite; shining

Saint Mark the Evangelist (Hebrew: מרקוס; Greek: Μάρκος; 1st century), also known as John Mark, is traditionally believed to be the author of the Gospel of Mark and a companion of Saint Peter.
Deborah Reyes  12/10/2008
I don't remember where I heard it, but "Mark" means "warrior of God".
expariah  9/22/2005
MARC (French form of MARK) - From MARS, the Roman God of War. Meanings: warrior, fighter, or master of war.
marcmagus  8/25/2005
Mark means "that of a God" or "heavenly."
behind_thy_eyes  4/26/2005

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